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Hw 45 tips for open sight zero

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Hi guys.

Not shot an air rifle/pistol in about 3 years. I did have a AA pro sport in 177. She was very hold sensitive.

But it taught me alot about hold, grip trigger pull, consistency ect.

I have today picked up a new hw45 black star. 177

It has that's sensitive feel like my prosport but it's hard to really gauge if it's my grip or the open sights.

My grip is very light two handed. Copying what the prosport liked basically don't touch me.

I can get 2 in 1 hold then throw it right out the window.

Is this common while your getting used to it? 

 

Any tips or tricks appreciated the

 

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I have found the hw45 almost impossible to shoot .with anything even approaching a group .this was a few years ago when i tried a couple with a view to buying .suffice to say i didnt buy either .

By contrast my webley tempest will toppel tin cans at 25 yds. 

Sorry thats as far as i got with a hw45 .

I also believe it was down to hold sensitivity  .

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My son in law had one. It was a very accurate pistol. He always shot it one handed “target” style, not two handed “combat” style.

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Popped a pistol scope on top and took it to my local permission. Oh how they laughed. 5 woods and a crow later not so much. Insane little pistol. Worth every penny.

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I have the black star awesome pistol! if you half cock hold a bit more firm if full cock try a firm squeeze then relax enough to take the weight and cup the base with your other hand, its a gun that you have to build memory with.

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